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This is one of the smallest Japan Business Hotels.
Nothing much, just a room to sleep.
Sizewise.....you got to open your 22" suitcase on the bed.
Television.....as in most Japan Business Hotels, all Japaneses Channels, unless you can read Japanese and change the language of...More
Pearl Yaesu hotel is located at exit 1A in the terminal station. Very convenient. Small rooms, no closet or drawers, teeny bathroom, but fine and reasonable for a short stay. It's clean, and like every single bathroom in Tokyo has a bIdet with a heated...More
Similar to the others reviews posted by others I'd have to say it's not the best hotel I've stayed in but you can't argue with the price and location.
Crash here for a few nights if you're in town but there's definitely better options out...More
Picked this hotel for its central location next to train station I arrived at when staying in Tokyo for a few days. Like many other reviews its location was the plus. All I needed was a place to lay my head and that is what...More
Stuffy small room, obviously smoking room although we asked for non-smoking, luckily we stayed only one night. Very close to Tokyo station so that wax the only reason we stayed and relatively cheap for downtown Tokyo standards. Not recommended for longer term stays.
US$89 - US$202 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from pearlhotelyaesu | Property representative |
Our bookings are available for 6 months ahead.
If you would like to book for December, please book again on June.
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